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Review: Marvel Fanfare #20

The Thing crosses through a interdimensional doorway to free Doctor Strange, who had been imprisoned by Xandu. A less-than-inspired outing from legendary Bronze Age innovator Jim Starlin, with inking from Marvel Fanfare editor Al Milgrom.

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Review: Doctor Strange #1

Silver Dagger breaks into the Sanctum Sanctorum, steals the Eye of Agamotto and Clea, and leaves Doctor Strange for dead. The Sorcerer Supreme returns to his own series guided by the creative team of Steve Englehart, Frank Brunner and Dick Giordano.

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Review: DC Super-Stars #16

Coerced by the Corporation, swashbuckler Donovan Flint has no choice but to join in the search for an ancient artifact. A surprisingly flat story by David Michelinie, with inconsistent but potential-laden art from the team of Don Newton and Bob Layton.

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Review: Space: 1999 #1

A nuclear chain reaction blows the moon – and the inhabitants of Moonbase Alpha – out of orbit and into space! Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton team to do a solid job on this debut issue of a series based on the cult classic “Space: 1999” television series.

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Review: Teen Titans #40

The Teen Titans come to Loch Ness to investigate its famous monster, but become entwined with a more murderous legend. Bob Haney delivers his typical more-zany-than-groovy storytelling, with solid art from the team of Art Saaf and Nick Cardy.

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